The Chrysler Pacific Hybrid may be the perfect eco-vehicle for families with lots of kids and stuff to haul around without burning a lot of gasoline.
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BYD has just tripled the size of its bus manufacturing facility in Lancaster, California.
Tesla may be planning to open repair facilities at some Supercharger locations.
Unplugged Performance has unveiled three new body kits — from mild to wild — for the Tesla Model 3.
Renault and Nissan have laid out a joint vision for electric and autonomous cars with a target date of 2022.
Proterra and LG Chem have jointly developed a new battery cell with higher energy density for use in heavy duty vehicles like electric buses and trucks.
The Alt Car Expo in southern California is an annual event that helps EV customers learn about the advantages of electric cars.
The iconic VW minibus will become the electric ID Buzz starting is 2022.
Nation Drive Electric Week 2017 is here. What events do you plan to attend?
China is making plans for the end of fossil fuel vehicles. Manufacturers in the US are making plans to sell more gargantuan pickup trucks. Cognitive dissonance, anyone?
Our man Kyle Field takes the Hyundai Ioniq Electric out for a week long test drive. Here’s what he found out about the car.
The second generation Nissan LEAF is a much more appealing car with lots more features and longer range for the same money. What’s not to like?
As part of the Model 3 reveal at the Tesla Gigafactory, Elon Musk said the facility will produce twice as much battery capacity each year as the rest of the world combined.
The Tesla Model 3 is here at last. Here are the answers to all (most?) of your questions about this much anticipated electric car.
EV charging startup EVmatch aims to connect private charging station owners with EV drivers looking for a charge. The Los Angeles pilot launches this week, with free charging in the EVmatch system for the pilot users until 4/11/17.
The link between electric vehicles and electric utilities is inseparable, and as more and more utilities realize how much they have to gain from increased electric vehicle adoption, many are rounding the corner and starting to actively advocate for them.
Professional rally driver Rauno Aaltonen of Aaltonen Motor Sport took his BMW i3 away from the safety of asphalt roads and onto an off-road rally course to see how the i3 would hold up. He came away from the experience very impressed, stating that because of the instant torque the electric motor provides, the i3 handled like cars with 1,000 horsepower.
With the early introduction of affordable, long-range EVs like the Chevy Bolt (with 238 miles of range) and the Tesla Model 3 (slated to move into production in July with 200+ miles of range), 2017 is expected to see banner sales of electric vehicles.
Unofficial Tesla evangelist Bjørn Nyland uncovered what is, in all likelihood, the world’s largest EV-charging-enabled parking structure, which features a whopping 102 charging stations.
ChargePoint announced today that it has secured $82 million in funding in support of a full-frontal attack on European markets (a move we’ve known about for months but agonizingly had to hold our tongue on). This first round of funding was led by Daimler and BMW iVentures and will be supported by future rounds to support the European expansion.